Verbiste is a French conjugation system implemented as a C++ library, a GNOME applet, and two command-line tools. It can conjugate verbs and analyze conjugated verbs to determine their mode, tense, and person. The knowledge base contains over 6700 verbs.
|Tags||Text Processing Linguistic|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: A user has ported the GNOME 2 applet to MATE. The verb choir now has a second present participle: cheyant. The verb server has been fixed. The name of the conjugation model now appears in the results of the graphical application. The latter now points to the Wikizionario when the verb is in Italian.
Release Notes: The PNG icons of several sizes, which were introduced witih version 0.1.39, are now pre-generated, so that compiling Verbiste does not require the rsvg-convert command. The config.guess and config.sub files, which are used to compile Verbiste, have been updated.
Release Notes: The conjugation of verbs blasphémer, brumasser, crémer, écrémer, and luire has been fixed. The bogus verb satisfer has been removed. The PNG icon has been replaced with an SVG file, from which PNG icons of several sizes are generated.
Release Notes: A conjugation page now shows a link to the Wiktionnaire page which is expected to contain the definition of the displayed verb.
Release Notes: The user can now pass a verb as an argument to the graphical programs to make them display an initial conjugation.